Starship SN10 [4k, Clean Audio & Slow Mo Supercut]

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Everyday Astronaut

Muaj më parë

SpaceX tested another Starship prototype, SN10, to an altitude of 10 km in order to practice its daring belly flop to tail down landing maneuver. This time the flip was successful utilizing 3 raptor engines, then shutting two down for the final landing exactly as planned. Unfortunately 3 of the 6 landing legs didn't successfully deployed (as you can see in our footage), alongside a fairly high landing velocity, resulting in an explosion 8 minutes after touching down.
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00:00 - Realtime Recut with Sync'd Audio
00:15 - Lift Off
02:25 - Engine Shut Down 1
03:25 - Engine Shut Down 2
04:30 - Belly Flop
06:12 - Re-light / Flip
06:30 - Touchdown
07:10 - Explosion [Realtime]
07:40 - Slow Mo Shots
10:00 - Belly Flop
12:23 - Landing
17:14 - Explosion [Slow Mo]
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dixon pinfold
dixon pinfold 8 orë më parë
Elon Musk is probably the only thing about the West that scares China besides the US Department of Defense.
Константин Гурин
Константин Гурин 2 ditë më parë
Скажем так , я наблюдаю взлёт огромного ведра с болтами из нержавеющей стали. За то время, которое тратится на подъем 10 км. , российскому ракетаносителю хватает выйти на около земную орбиту!!! Прикольно!!!
ⵄⵉⵜ ⵙⴻⴷⵔⴰⵜ Ait issa Marwan
ⵄⵉⵜ ⵙⴻⴷⵔⴰⵜ Ait issa Marwan 3 ditë më parë
Great job bro. Keep on going
Prince Solomon
Prince Solomon 3 ditë më parë
17:57 Michael Bay presents...
Sani the Skeptic
Sani the Skeptic 4 ditë më parë
uhhh, there goes my ride.
Franois de Miras
Franois de Miras 5 ditë më parë
Magnifique formidable 👍♥️🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲
Олег Простак
Олег Простак 6 ditë më parë
А он должен был садиться на одном двигателе из трех? Так и было задумано? Was it supposed to land on one engine out of three? Was that the plan?
dixon pinfold
dixon pinfold 7 orë më parë
That's the right question, and my guess is Nyet, Oleg. When one of them orange-flamed out, it looked to me like a clear failure. The only good thing, it appeared, was that the control systems struggled successfully to set the rocket down correctly anyway.
Heinrich Wollenhöfer
Heinrich Wollenhöfer 8 ditë më parë
Ich mußte laut lachen "Sorry"
van222 9 ditë më parë
It's crazy, that thing was free falling, wasn't it? how much does it weigh?
van222 6 ditë më parë
@Pol Valls Wow.. Thanks.. Wow 😳
Pol Valls
Pol Valls 7 ditë më parë
About 580 metric tons when fueled for this flight and about 120 metric tons when it's skydiving
ddkrew 1
ddkrew 1 10 ditë më parë
Hydrazine too explosive to be used in large quantities for heavy force.
Zenn Labs
Zenn Labs 10 ditë më parë
the bird that photohombed the RUD is a legend
Mark Greiser
Mark Greiser 10 ditë më parë
From the look of it they need better venting, when the Craft hits the ground.
SeekTruthinLight 10 ditë më parë
Was anybody killed?
The Lego Maniac
The Lego Maniac 9 ditë më parë
No one is near the pad for a good 2 miles 😉
karavicdanli Vicdansiz
karavicdanli Vicdansiz 11 ditë më parë
Very strange situation en stuped or even something unimaginable? Is there any strangeness here or is there a game playing? If this is such an important one, you will enter but you cannot think of them what?? It is very difficult to spray water around the platform and to intervene in future fires.
Pol Valls
Pol Valls 7 ditë më parë
Yes, it is very difficult
Luke Kowalski
Luke Kowalski 11 ditë më parë
surprised how much of it was "intact" post explosion, anyone know what the safety threshold they use for landing? i can't imagine there was much left:P
Vishnu Gitte
Vishnu Gitte 11 ditë më parë
Pol Valls
Pol Valls 7 ditë më parë
Thats a COPV or Overcompressed Valve
Binki-Boo 12 ditë më parë
The grays are watching space x lol
Binki-Boo 12 ditë më parë
Has anyone noticed at 6:13 the triangle light formations off in the distance behind sn10?
Nate Vailikit
Nate Vailikit 12 ditë më parë
Hey guys look I landed! Oh nice good job! Oh I almost forgot! What? 🔥💥
Ethan Forsyth
Ethan Forsyth 12 ditë më parë
When starship lands on mars: you see a little hatch at the top open and a spot comes out
Ck digital The Q of 6th
Ck digital The Q of 6th 12 ditë më parë
Many of you I'll assume dont have another 20 decades right, exactly, most of us were looking really soon, we were promised by the chief engineer that colonizing on Mars will not be very long ahead , but instead we see crafts that are unessesarly over extreme & criticle verticle rendering complexity of a economical design, that is now procestinating us, all in the name of reusable (invinsible) ships.
Ck digital The Q of 6th
Ck digital The Q of 6th 7 ditë më parë
The only way its possible sooner then 2027, will be landing all 3 stages seperatly on Mars/Moon, but you might want AI workers to build sky crane towers first, just to get them back to Earth, in this render in pure verticle circus act.
Ck digital The Q of 6th
Ck digital The Q of 6th 7 ditë më parë
@Pol Valls transporting astronauts in highly unstable unsafe canisters that are 80 percent not even a " Starship " (which requires to be SSTO), isn't near 2027, but I dig your psychic predictions based on pure optimism.
Pol Valls
Pol Valls 7 ditë më parë
Yes. What's the point of your comment? 2027 is not so far away
Leander One
Leander One 12 ditë më parë
It looks stunning
Freeman 3000
Freeman 3000 13 ditë më parë
"the starship flight was CGI it never happens!!!", so you've got recording, from orther perspective. "THATS NEVER HAPPEND"---- average flatearther
Фуркан Динчеров
Фуркан Динчеров 13 ditë më parë
Фуркан Динчеров
Фуркан Динчеров 13 ditë më parë
Dan God
Dan God 13 ditë më parë
Hope your ok bro not heard from you in 3 weeks
trevor 14 ditë më parë
Imagine banning the word scrubbed in your livestreams. edit: my bad it was probably spam filter
trevor 14 ditë më parë
@Everyday Astronaut Im sorry, my bad. I guess there was quite a bit of spam of “scrubbed”. Have a good day!
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut 14 ditë më parë
??? I’ve never done that. Could get caught in ALnets’s spam filter if that chat blows up a word over and over.
Brien Dunphy
Brien Dunphy 14 ditë më parë
sn11 is launching on monday everyday astronaut
João de Carvalho
João de Carvalho 14 ditë më parë
I have a suggestion for Starship: its curved tip makes installation and maintenance of the heat shield more difficult and expensive. The tip should be a unpressurized cargo area, and the part that enters the atmosphere should be just a perfect cylinder, without the pointy end. The fairing at the tip could be ejected before entering orbit, and thus could also be reused. Starship's biggest challenge will be orbital re-entry, so this design makes it easier.
Scott Pierce
Scott Pierce 15 ditë më parë
It's so sad Elon can't make a rocket that doesn't blow up every time. I want a ride on that TIME BOMB !.
Gabby Aldebaran
Gabby Aldebaran 15 ditë më parë
why a rocket is so slow?? Are you kidding me?? Estas meando a chorros controlados? Eso en algun lugar genera stresss!!!
zendiablo 15 ditë më parë
this is beginning to be like watching Nascar.... just watching for the fiery wrecks.
Brien Dunphy
Brien Dunphy 15 ditë më parë
sn11 is launching today everyday astronaut
Aaron Doucet
Aaron Doucet 15 ditë më parë
You're slacking tim.... Im waiting for an sn11 live stream to start... Or any new upload would be cool. Come on man Lol Jk Tim.... But im freals looking forward to another vid
Brian G
Brian G 15 ditë më parë
Tim, why are you not streaming today?
João Vitor Lorscheiter
João Vitor Lorscheiter 15 ditë më parë
why does the engine fire not go into the fuel tanks
Sabrina Astrophile
Sabrina Astrophile 15 ditë më parë
Aww baby SN10 🤣
sfs space agency
sfs space agency 15 ditë më parë
Everyday Astrounaut START THE STREAM SN11 IS LAUNCHING TODAY but first a static fire
дрюно стоп
дрюно стоп 15 ditë më parë
road clouse
Serega Da
Serega Da 17 ditë më parë
Ни всегда везёт.
Battleneter 17 ditë më parë
Good enough, astronauts delivered to Mars "check"
سجاد محمدعبود الكريطي
سجاد محمدعبود الكريطي 17 ditë më parë
هاا الغالي شمعه منور
Ray Turner
Ray Turner 18 ditë më parë
That one engine runs lean the whole flight. Wonder it it was the one with low power at the end?
AgeUKwirral DIT1119
AgeUKwirral DIT1119 18 ditë më parë
You've only gotta watch this a few times to come to the conclusion that Elon has no intention of making this craft human rated, not with that landing profile. I'm convinced it's just a marketing ploy to garner interest in what is basically the successor to the F9.
InventorZahran 15 ditë më parë
Have you watched any of Everyday Astronaut's detailed videos about the Starship program? This is so much more than just a bigger Falcon 9!
Tony Guerich
Tony Guerich 18 ditë më parë
Every time I see that image on the thumbnail I hear "Oh, the humanity!"
Muuip 18 ditë më parë
Helium pressurises the spherical methane tank to allow enough fuel to the engine. The flip maneuver mixes Helium and Methane which renders the fuel less efficient to ignite. A kevlar sheet inside the midpoint in the spherical tank with enough slack to cover the top or bottom of the tank could ensure that helium and methane don't mix, while allowing volume of both to change. This would allow unmixed fully pressurized methane to ignite the engine properly at any time point during the flip maneuver.
m joao
m joao 19 ditë më parë
@everydayastronaut your song in the last live/launch of Rocket Lab today :) :) : next step : a space in LE O ok !!!!!,,,,, what do you want more !!!!@!!@#$%^^
Chill Mike 2
Chill Mike 2 19 ditë më parë
Piece of the rocket really said "bye" 7:24
Chill Mike 2
Chill Mike 2 19 ditë më parë
Left side
Kax 19 ditë më parë
Rocket lab usde your miusic
Roger Burgess
Roger Burgess 19 ditë më parë
Rocket lab playing your tune’s
Paul Sheward
Paul Sheward 19 ditë më parë
Why can't they use a centralfugal pivot on the header tanks so the fuel outlet pipe is always pointing down no matter what orientation the starship is facing
Animations Xplaned
Animations Xplaned 19 ditë më parë
Hey Everyday astronauts, Im dropping a video soon about why spaceX doesnt recover the second stage....if any one would like to help me out and preview an unlisted video for me, that would very much appreciated!!
Dhrumil 19 ditë më parë
Hey!!! Could you make a video on injectors. And compare maybe pintle and coaxial swirl injectors to see which is the best. And also their throttling capabilities.
Fabian Misu
Fabian Misu 20 ditë më parë
Arnold Tóth Isaszegi
Arnold Tóth Isaszegi 20 ditë më parë
So you basically failed as a youtuber and u only do streams for the additional money?
InventorZahran 15 ditë më parë
That's not true at all. He's said many times that he has a few video projects in the works, but the type of in-depth content he does takes a long time to produce. We'll just have to be patient and wait for the next upload...
Andy Saltis
Andy Saltis 20 ditë më parë
Wouldn’t it be better for the starship to throttle up more on the way down and make the ship rise a little before lowering itself down? The added time to lower might give the ability for other control systems to kick in and add another engine if necessary. The throttle and almost hover function would also help the catch tower design, I tend to think the tower is SpaceX’s endgame in terms of this iteration of Starship. Bellyflop and suicide burn land has too many variables introduced near its end point, KISS I guess.
博えぼち自動車部 20 ditë më parë
15:50 ufo?
ahamay2012 20 ditë më parë
SN10 should be named "Hindenburg" post mortem.
DailyDoseOfSpace 20 ditë më parë
cant wait for sn11!
WatDaMattaForYou 20 ditë më parë
Did Flash Gordon get out ok?
InventorZahran 15 ditë më parë
Of course. Flash Gordon can survive anything!
Mite Miteski
Mite Miteski 20 ditë më parë
Op sn10
John Locke
John Locke 21 ditë më parë
Lately I've seen how you portrait SpaceX and I hope Elon don't give you another interview EVER! Slimy little man. You do anything to be more popular. ugh!
Kyle Moore
Kyle Moore 21 ditë më parë
I’m pretty sure one of the COPV’s hit the launch mount at 7:30 and that’s what the sound is.
honk egal
honk egal 21 ditë më parë
Wer erkennt noch alles die kleinen Lichter bei der Rakete ab 12.50min ?
JOHN LAMBERT 21 ditë më parë
I’m worried that spacex starship does not have a plan to check the heat tiles before reentry similar to what the space shuttle did. I might be wrong but still.
Karl Sultana
Karl Sultana 21 ditë më parë
why did 3 legs not deploy?
John Donnelly
John Donnelly 22 ditë më parë
dude, i still think you had tribe opening bird cages on command.
YouSurf 22 ditë më parë
is TIM DODD anti SLS or is he ill?
Fink 21 ditë më parë
He’s working very hard on MARS Studio B at the moment
Kevin Guilbert
Kevin Guilbert 22 ditë më parë
I’m not a rocket surgeon but I’ve been thinking about this pressurization issue a lot. I was wondering if it would be possible to swirl the fuel inside the tanks? Like use the autogenous pressure feed to run a turbo pump fan within the tank that just sends fuel swirling around the tank like a vortex. You’d still need pressure of course, but it could potentially solve a lot of other issues. I apologize in advance if this is a retread of an old discussion.
Tapas DECHANCE 23 ditë më parë
hahaha !
Peter Evans
Peter Evans 23 ditë më parë
Awesome video production! Slow mo explosion at .25 YT speed was amazing! Clearly SpaceX needs to design the bottom of the rocket in the shape of a rocket bell to get more height points during explosions
Aldo Raine
Aldo Raine 23 ditë më parë
Why no SLS hot fire coverage? Tim I'm worrying that you're becoming less team space and more just team spacex. You should do a video on the differences in operations.
Everyday Astronaut
Everyday Astronaut 23 ditë më parë
I was recording my podcast. Couldn’t cover it today. I’ve done 2 in depth videos comparing SLS and Starship already
Will López
Will López 23 ditë më parë
Mich_ Bellcoin
Mich_ Bellcoin 23 ditë më parë
SN 10 exploded, but pefectly lifted off and landed.. Space X: *mission failed successfully*
Александр Дранишников
Александр Дранишников 24 ditë më parë
The work one reactive motor ont the cycle feedback ground.
Leo Bieker
Leo Bieker 24 ditë më parë
I'd love to see some more longform informational videos. I like the live streams but it would be great to have more content out there.
FinZdrav 24 ditë më parë
Питичку жалко 😭
Eduardo Cezar
Eduardo Cezar 24 ditë më parë
imo even the explosion gave off something amazing about the Starship, It remained whole,. In fact the EXPLOSION, threw it upwards. It was the crash post explosion that trashed it.
Dennis Voß
Dennis Voß 24 ditë më parë
Och man - alles sieht doch gut aus - und dann so ein Desaster? Aber eigentlich auch nicht - nur ein kleiner Puff!
Clifton Daigle
Clifton Daigle 24 ditë më parë
The lamentable gender promisingly blind because brand clinicopathologically want along a trashy menu. gaudy, woozy twig
Mystery 24 ditë më parë
Cool rocket!
Miguel Boewing
Miguel Boewing 24 ditë më parë
Cool Video
Ірина Тарасюк
Ірина Тарасюк 24 ditë më parë
KULTURWA 24 ditë më parë
Samantha Keene
Samantha Keene 24 ditë më parë
Awesome slow mo!
Jeffrey Liu
Jeffrey Liu 25 ditë më parë
People remember that this is entirely robot controlled
Michael Cox
Michael Cox 25 ditë më parë
Can't wait for the flights where they hit Z before the spacebar. Musk has confirmed SN8-10 all used a low throttle setting. Especially once it's 31 of them.
InventorZahran 15 ditë më parë
Push the spacebar to go to space!
Stefan R
Stefan R 25 ditë më parë
No worries. Gravity is much lower on Mars anyway. So, just fill that vehicle up with equipment and sent it up there. It will be just fine!
Meyotra You Tube Channel
Meyotra You Tube Channel 25 ditë më parë
We have to start talking about innate human behaviour that will determine the success or failure of living on other planets. I'm always amazed how we bow down to science and technology to solve all issues. Astronauts still fight with each other and with mission control. Sexism (in both directions) still dominates interpersonal relations. We aren't as smart as we think we are. We are as strong as the weakest link.
jay cao
jay cao 25 ditë më parë
The superb system briefly kneel because hovercraft jekely race behind a ubiquitous stone. lazy, wistful emery
julien crossover
julien crossover 26 ditë më parë
Андрей Томск
Андрей Томск 26 ditë më parë
Вундервафля! Кто готов полететь? Камикадзе уже нашли? )))
OspreyGT 26 ditë më parë
Awesome that it landed and sad that it blew up.
Matthew R
Matthew R 26 ditë më parë
do you know how the first starship super-heavy prototype will land? (will it be caught or will they create temporary landing legs?)
james minett
james minett 25 ditë më parë
It will use the same legs that the starships have
Isaiah Aunei Mose
Isaiah Aunei Mose 26 ditë më parë
Can we just appreciate how he wore actuall space suits in his old videos. Please bring it back it adds spice to the vid.
imdominic4 27 ditë më parë
16:54 put the playback speed at 0.25 or at 0.5. You can clearly see is a soft landing 😂🤣
MrOrangetriad 27 ditë më parë
needed some Ave Maria over the explosion shot
딩거맨 27 ditë më parë
Bitcoin future
Stephen Knight
Stephen Knight 27 ditë më parë
Hi and thanks for another good video. I am posting the following on here and will copy/paste on others as well since I cannot post on Elon Musk's twitter account due to my account being suspended, while I still await for an explanation for my suspension and hopefully be unsuspended in a brief future. So now that this it out of the way, here's my thoughts and opinions on *"StarShip"* successes and failures. Personally I don't really see failures in SN8, SN9 and SN10 flights and specific maneuvers and landings because after only 2 launches and explosive landings, SN10's mission was successful in all it's maneuvers from launch, belly flop, descending to hitting where *"X"* marked the spot. Thus proving that these maneuvers is the way to go and just needs tweaking's from what they've learned on each launches/landings and now adding/counting SN10's success up to the 8th minute where it exploded. So technically SN10 did everything right and proved all competitors/detractors that these methods of maneuvers are the way to go and are definitely possible to achieve. The biggest issues are about the landings which is just a matter of a short period of time before all is resolved. Now, my technical opinions and positions on what keeps going wrong no matter what other issues they fix on present and future *"StarShips"* . In my opinion, *"StarShip"* , is the only spacecraft/rocket ever launched that has this kind of engine bay/skirt that has it's engines within a skirt, has no firewalls to protect the upper parts of the engines and other important components, has no water prevention system and is extremely slow at takeoff to clear it's launching point. Even it's two little brothers, Falcon9 and Falcon Heavy benefit from all those supportive systems at launch and lets not forget that Falcon 9 and Falcon Heavy's engines are outward and not within a skirt like *"StarShip"* and probably gets damaged at launch due to not enough ground clearance. Meaning, all the flames, heat, sound vibrations and even debris are bounced back upwards towards the inside of the skirt and engulfing the engines and the total inside of the skirt and due to it's slow ascendance it gives all of those issues mentioned above more then enough time to cause damages during it's launch. So basically, *"StarShip"* launches already damaged which makes it hard to get a 100% successful landing, even if all the maneuvers went according to plan and looked nominal. When *"StarShip"* lands it faces the exact same issues upon touching ground, *"NO GROUND CLEARANCE"* because the legs are way to short, so short that when SN10 landed due to a faster speed than desired/wanted, it crushed the legs that were locked in while the other 3 legs were totally useless due to never having locked in the right position. Even with all these issues, SN10 still landed upright and stayed so for 8 mins while laying on it's skirt. And unfortunately, since there wasn't even an inch of ground clearance, they couldn't get the water to reach the inner skirt, just no way to get to it and the rest is history. Elon Musk has mentioned that they might re think the landing by capturing *"StarShip"* like they intend to do with the *"StarShip"* booster. In my own (don't matter) opinions. All the major issues resolve around the launch and landing ground clearance with a few preventive proven method to assure a good launch without any early damages by increasing the ground clearance at launch, installing a firewall that protects the engines and other components from the flames, heat, sound vibrations and debris bouncing off the ground and going upwards into the skirt with nowhere else to go due to being caught within the skirt until *"StarShip"* gets high enough to clear away from those issues. Next the landing! Elon Musk and his incredible teams of brilliant engineers must deal with the biggest issue which is the legs of *"StarShip"* . These little legs they have on right now, just won't cut it. Don't forget that we're dealing with a *"StarShip"* that's empty and these legs can't handle dry weight so imagine if it carried a few tons of cargo. True that a returning *"StarShip"* would be empty and that if it had any cargo on, it would be at launch from Earth and landing where there's 0 gravity, so those legs might be able to handle a landing on the Moon or Mars but is it something you would want to find out when landing on those two celestial bodies or know right now if they can handle a loaded or dry cargo bay? If they can create legs that can handle Earth's gravity while giving it enough ground clearance to not damage the engines and other components within the skirt, then BINGO!! All problems solved in regards to creating a *"StarShip"* that can be used more than once, just like they did with Falcon9 after a decade of RD, trials and errors and now sending Falcon9 rockets at a rate that rivals the UFC fight cards which used to be on a few times a year to now a fight card every weekend. So, bottom line is... 1) give *"StarShip"* more ground clearance at lift off, add a firewall within the skirt to protect the upper parts of the engines and at the same time protecting other important components, launch from a pad that has a water preventive system like all other rockets do (build one), try to clear the launch pad a little faster (easier said than done I know), so basically it all comes down to giving *"StarShip"* as much ground clearance as possible so that the flames, heat, sound vibration can escape instead of being stuck within the inner skirt of *"StarShip"* and causing damages that will affect *"StarShip's"* landing. 2) *"LEGS, LEGS, LEGS !!!"* ... We all know that the present scrawny little legs that are on right now will never cut it, 1st they are too short and too small girt wise and 2, the longer you make those legs, the weaker they will be. I know that the legs issues are causing *"SpaceX"* engineers serious headaches due to reentry in Earth's atmosphere and the heat shield components are made to be on an even flat surface which makes it hard to even contemplate using the same kind of proven legs of Falcon9. You just need to find your way around it and develop a similar leg system that can be protected by heatshield tiles (easier said than done, I know). I know that Elon Musk has said that the reasons they launch they way they do, without better ground clearance and no other preventive methods/systems is to simulate a launch from uneven ground and no preventive system because that's the way they would launch back from the Moon or Mars. Ok good reasons, but you need to facilitate the earth launch using all the methods with all the systems available for a earth launch so that nothing gets damage at launch. Once landed on the Moon or Mars, everything changes due to the lack of gravity, the *"StarShip"* will clear a lot faster on the Moon than on Earth and with the legs issues solved, should have a soft landing. You need to make the launch easier to assure no components to be damaged from Earth launch using everything at your disposal, like a firewall, water preventive system, higher ground clearance and so on. P.S ...This is Elon Musk and *SPACEX* we're talking about, they can resolve everything and anything!
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